What is the best AT&T phone.
Right now I’ve got a samsung solstice I like the 3G web browser but all the other cool features seem to require a subscription or payment of some kind. I don’t want to pay a hundred bucks a month for a iPhone. right now I’m on a family plan with unlimited everything so if that helps at all. Thanks in…
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Musicians Post Your Projects.
As part of an effort on my part to get the musicians from R&P to record and share their work and exchange critiques with one another I have been doing a monthly post for musicians. Look for one of these questions on the first of each month. I’ve been doing these questions for a really long time now.Here are…
good work Wire, you know? I never really had any problem with you whatsoever, even though it may had seemed that way. like others here have indicated I could care fu*king less that you’re an atheist, in fact these days I could care fu*king less about any ones spirituality or the lack there of at this point.fu*k the whole contacts thing I don’t care anymore you’re still cool in my book and I have always thought you have had some good compositions. anyhow, I am for sure leaving YA but I thought I would go out this way, this song is between you and I. I wish you luck in your future projects man and I mean that. take care Wire! OH, and I regret there are no Buddhist Chants in this song. ;(http://soundcloud.com/user5322059/system…edit:no, no, no Wire perhaps I came off wrong. I follow Buddhist philosophy to try and live a less miserable life and it works for me. I am NOT a religious Buddhist and don’t buy into the rebirth concept. if you want to know the truth I am an agnostic with regard to an afterlife and an atheist myself regarding a creator or the whole Intelligent design proposition. I just said that because there was a user on here that said I had a problem with you because you’re and atheist witch is bullshit. you’re a cool dude bro, take care man and good luck friend :DeditRoad Runner, MUCH LOVE to you brother! I can’t thank you enough man. perhaps I will stick around. you rule man!edit:thank you Wire, I will take you up on that invite brother thanks man! so I will see you next time 😀
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Would the goddamn bell ring already? Cyanna thought. Everybody but her best friend Rain was stirred up in a flurry of excitement waiting for the bell to ring. Rain just wasn’t feeling it after the conversation she had with Cyanna last night.”I can’t believe it!” Rain wailed into the phone….
Would the goddamn bell ring already? Cyanna thought. Everybody but her best friend Rain was stirred up in a flurry of excitement waiting for the bell to ring [you don’t need ‘for the bell to ring’. We already know what they’re waiting for because of Cyanna’s thoughts]. Rain just wasn’t feeling it after the conversation she had with Cyanna last night.”I can’t believe it!” Rain wailed [HAD wailed] into the phone. Cyanna could tell she had been crying settling quiver [crying settling quiver? What? Maybe ‘could tell she had been crying from the tremor in her voice’. You don’t really need the part about distance; that’s why they’re on the phone] in her voice even though they were quite some distance apart.”What?” Cyanna asked, “Why?””My vacation is ruined.” she [had] exhaled, “The trip my family and I planned for months” [she said, ] emphasizing [the word ‘months’], “has been canceled.””Seriously? I thought something bad had happened[,] like you’ve been killed [Great thinking, Cyanna. I’m sure your friend would be on the phone if she had been killed. Mention something along the lines of a break-up/divorce/death in the family instead] or something.””It is bad.””I mean bad as..” Cyanna [Why is Cyanna saying this? This would be Rain speaking, and you would have to cross out either this line or the one just above] paused to think, “as bad.””You’re supposed to be my best friend. Now, shut up and do your job! [I see what happened here =P you can leave it, of course, but that was just as a springboard for you to improvise on]””OK, now. Stop crying, drama queen.””Gee, thanks. That really helps.” she said sarcasticly [‘sarcasticly’ is actually spelled ‘sarcastically’]”Alright, let’s get serious.” [S]he sighed[.] “First, stop crying already because you’re gonna need those tears for tomorrow.””Yeah, I forgot[,” Rain said,] slapping her forehead[.] “Tomorrow will be our last school day. [This sounds a bit too formal]” Wiping her tears [how the hell does Cyanna know this? Mention the noise Rain’s sleeve makes as she drags it across her eyes. In counterexample – above, it’s fine, because someone slapping their forehead (especially on a phone) is pretty audible], “I should be pretty.””Second, you need to be pretty for the party tomorrow night.” [One: you need to be pretty tomorrow. Two: you need to be pretty tomorrow night. Sounds pretty similar, right? You might like to combine the two items]”Is it gonna be tomorrow night? [Maybe replace this with something along the lines of ‘It IS tomorrow, right?’]” Cyanna can [could] feel [this kid is obviously psychic. You can’t really… well, I guess you could, but you don’t really ‘feel’ a quality in somebody’s voice. Perhaps ‘the ignorance was clear in Rain’s voice’. Also, ignorance or doubt/incertainty?] the ignorance in Rain’s voice.”No, I’m just kidding. The party was yesterday.””What?!” she raised her voice [she shrieked, her voice rising], “I missed it? Why didn’t you remind me?””The party’s tomorrow night [perhaps add a mocking insult here, somewhere around the level of ‘doofus’ or a playful ‘you idiot!]!” How gullible can she be [bulls-eye, Cyanna. However, this thought would be in italics]? Cyanna thought.Cyanna giggled. Staying here isn’t so bad, she thought, shaking her head and sigh[ing]. Classic Rain. What was I expecting? Just hope she won’t forget the party tonight.The bell rang [still bland, I see. If the action was a bit more world-shattering/had bigger consequences, I guess it could pass, but the final bell ringing doesn’t really meet those standards. I’d suggest buffing this sentence a little]
Critic my first chapter.
Can you please critic and give me honest opinions.A loud knock pervaded from the door and echoed off the walls of the shack. Sam snapped his eyes from the voluminous book he was reading and looked at his brother. Dean returned his stared with a questioning scowl.”I thought you said no one knew where…
First of all, I LOVED IT. The only thing I didn’t like about it was the cursing. I don’t read books that curse unless they are really good like Harry Potter or Hunger Games or something like that. From what I’ve read I love it, my only problem being the cursing. If you’d change it, then I’d be happy to buy the book when you’re done.If you really want me to critique it, then I don’t get why Zuidema has such an awesome and rare name when Sam and Dean have such common names. I’d prefer a more irregular name for Sam at least, since Dean isn’t too bad. Sam is just the most common name I’ve heard. Perhaps Samuel, or Cedric? I don’t know, it’s just my idea. Doesn’t really matter to me, just thought I’d bring it up.Save me a copy!! :D!!!
How do I get into audiobook recording.
I’m a college student, and I’ve been toying with the idea of recording an audiobook for money. However, I have no idea how to go about this. I go to the Cleveland Institute of Art, so recording equipment isn’t a concern of mine. I don’t know what sort of client base there is for audiobook…
Best place to start is to contact the regular (paper) book publishers – Simon and Schuster, etc. Some publishers also contract with specific studios for the voice-over talent, so you’d have to be working for that studio to get the work. But the place to start asking is at the publisher level – you’ll be able to get the scoop. Also go to the big audiobook distributor/streaming sites like Audible.com – they are driving the recording of many of the audiobooks they offer. There are a couple others too – Apple iTunes has some audiobooks – but Audible.com is the big fish at the moment.Don’t expect to be hired to record NYT best-selling novels – publishers always try to get the author themselves first – and if not then, then a recognized voice-over artist like Mike Howe or Meredith Vierra – voices you hear doing TV commercials or narrating reality shows. I think the opportunity for you will be for little-known non-fiction books – self-help stuff, etc. But in any case – the place to start is with the publisher, or with Audible.Finally – here is an audio exchange that might give you some insight – I think these are self-publishing authors and so forth but it’s another avenue to get you started. http://www.acx.com/help/rules-for-audiob…Hope this helps
If you read this first chapter in a book store would you buy the book.
Edgar walked up the stairs with a platter of soup, shaking in his hands. He stopped at the door of his Mom’s room and knocked.“Come in, Edgar,” his mom said in a weak voice.Edgar pushed the door open and stepped into his Mom’s room. Crumbled Tissue paper mounded beside a glass of medicine on the cupboard…
Honestly? No. If this is your first chapter, where’s the hook? Much in the same way that a popular song must have a “hook”, so too does a novel. Give me some kind of indication of the setting with your hook, something that’s going to pique my interest and prompt me to read more. At the moment it’s just some guy Edgar with a platter of soup.Also, this entire thing seems to be forced, almost as though you’re trying too hard. You use “his Mom” far too often, and you can’t seem to decide whether or not to give it a capital letter. Give the woman some kind of personal identity, not just “his Mom”.The dialogue seems a bit unrealistic. I couldn’t picture this scene in my head, because it just didn’t seem plausible. Edgar and his mother reacted to each other like two cardboard cut-outs in a bad play.For example, I’d imagine that telling your mother that your step-father (I’m assuming James is his step-father?) assaults you would be an emotionally charged thing. You’re not going to say things like, “He wounded me with his knife”. That sounds like something you’d say if you were testifying at court.And those are just the structural differences. Then there’s the matter of your spelling and grammar.You don’t seem to know how to accurately write a dialogue exchange. Rather than:“ thanks, darling.” She took the plate from him and a big amount of soup spilled over the bed. “ it’s ok, we’ll clean it tomorrow morning.”You needed to have:”Thanks, darling.” She took the plate from him, and a big amount of soup spilled over the bed. “It’s okay, we’ll clean it tomorrow morning.”Not only that, but you confuse words often. In this context, it’s “crumpled”, not “crumbled”.If you were to ask my suggestions, I’d say rewrite. Now, don’t hate me, rewriting is a major part of any writer’s life. If you wanted to have a more poignant hook, I’d suggest starting off with James molesting Edgar, or at least trying to. That’s going to give your beginning that little extra to lure readers in. Then you can move on to the scene with his mother, and it’d make readers appreciate why he had to leave all the more.Hope that helped.
Can I make money out of reporting website glitch.
I have discovered a glitch on Amazon’s website where I can download/purchase unlimited Kindle e-books, audibles, and mp3s for free and I wanted to report it to the website. But I’d like to know if it’s possible to ask them for a monetary award in exchange for the information? And if it is, then for how…
Of course you can ask, but you will want to make sure you get the agreement in writing. I’d have an attorney involved. Depending on how much this loophole is used, you could ask for quite a bit of money.
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